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Ge side by side freezer refrigerator

Tonight my grandaughter open the doors to get something an the center post where bothe doors close an meet is extremly hot cant hold hand on it to long what am i looking at ?

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That is called a heat strip. Used to keep moisture down around the door gaskets. You will need to roll unit out, take lower back plate off and check to see that the condinser fan is turning when compressor is on. If not,replace fan motor

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The center post of my refrigerator side by side where both dooes meet and close on is warm to the touch.


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I have a side by side Viking refrigerator and after leaving the door open a little too long the lights went out in both the refrigerator and freezer. I figured that they would go back on automaticlly after...


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